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    Main » 2015 » February » 2 » the Standells ~ 1966a - Dirty Water + 1966b - Why Pick on Me Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White
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    the Standells ~ 1966a - Dirty Water + 1966b - Why Pick on Me Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White
    the Standells ~ 1966a - Dirty Water + 1966b - Why Pick on Me Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear Whitegenre: garage
    state: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers, 254 mb)
    time: 52'15"

    wikipesia:
    The album title is taken from the song of the same name. The song "Dirty Water" was written by the album's producer, Ed Cobb. Its Boston and Charles River references are reportedly based on an experience that Cobb and his girlfriend had with a mugger in Boston in the mid-1960s. As for the Standells band members, they were from Southern California and had never been to Boston before recording the song.
    Prior to this album, The Standells had only released three singles and a live album: The Standells in Person at P.J.'s (1964). Dirty Water would become the band's best-selling LP, peaking at #52 on the Billboard charts, and #39 in the Cashbox listings. The "Dirty Water" single fared much better, peaking at #11 in Billboard and #8 in Cashbox.

    Dirty Water:
    1. "Medication" (Minette Alton, Ben DiTosti) – 2:27
    2. "Little Sally Tease" (Jim Valley) – 2:35
    3. "There's a Storm Coming" (Ed Cobb) – 2:43
    4. "19th Nervous Breakdown" (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 3:55
    5. "Dirty Water" (Ed Cobb) – 2:48
    6. "Pride and Devotion" (Larry Tamblyn) – 2:15
    7. "Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White" (Ed Cobb) – 2:37
    8. "Hey Joe, Where You Gonna Go?" (Chester Powers)* – 2:10
    9. "Why Did You Hurt Me?" (Dick Dodd, Tony Valentino) – 2:30
    10. "Rari" (Ed Cobb) – 3:18


    Why Pick On Me...:
    11. Why Pick On Me 3:09
    12. Paint It Black 3:20
    13. Mi Hai Fatto Innamorare 2:34
    14. Black Hearted Woman 2:47
    15. Girl And The Moon 2:57
    16. Mr. Nobody 2:42
    17. My Little Red Book 2:28
    18. Mainline 2:09
    19. Have You Ever Spent The Night In Jail 2:30


    Larry Tamblyn - keyboards, vocals
    Tony Valentino - lead guitar, harmonica
    Gary Lane - bass guitar
    Dick Dodd - drums, lead vocals



       
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